Who we are?
Young People Care Network ( YOUPCAN) was established in 2015 by Members who were once vulnerable and victims of HIV/AIDS Pandemic to create a place with activities and support services that focus on the needs of the most vulnerable populations, particularly girls and women, because their gain translate into benefits for families and communities. Today, we are one of the grass root Organizations in the region, serving more than 200 older adults and children through motivation, training, and assisting them to improve the quality of life on HIV/AIDS, Human and civil rights, Education, Health and psychosocial development, Food security and Environment conservation, and income generating activities.
The organization is governed by active members, volunteers and board of directors who are committed to meet standards of quality and accountability when responding to community Challenges, and have communities in planning, implementing and evaluating projects through monitoring and evaluation strategies and practices, which are at the very root of our organizational culture to assess impact and provide continuous programs improvement, accountability and transparency to donors.
We hope to engage all the vulnerable people in the community particularly girls and women who are HIV/AIDS Positive, Widows due to HIV/AIDS, Adolescent girls and young women and youths who are at risk of being Infected and to affect others.